The dotnet-vs tool uses
dotnet-config to persist command aliases,
just like GIT aliases, that run
Visual Studio (or its installer) with various switches.
Any of the commands supported by the
vs global tool can be saved as an alias by simply appending
--save [alias] at the end of the command line arguments. Next time you need to execute the same
command, you can just use
vs [alias] instead.
Run Visual Studio Community edition's experimental instance, with activity logging enabled, save as
vs run com exp /log --save=test
From that point on, the same command can be run simply with:
[vs "alias"] comexp = run|community|exp preexp = run|preview|exp test = run|com|exp|/log